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verview| In this exercise, you complete the tasks necessary to set up a server on which Windows Server 2012 has just been installed.| Mindset | When you purchase a server from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) with Windows Server 2012 installed, the factory runs a program called Sysprep.exe that prepares the server for distribution by erasing all the user-specific information on the system.| Completion time

Question1 | Why must you set the time zone to Eastern time, even if that is not where you are currently located? The only reason I can think of is that the serve itself is in the eastern time zone.|

* 29.Log on to the system using the Administrator account and the password Pa$$w0rd. When Server Manager opens, click Local Server in the left pane, take a screen shot of the Properties window by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste it into your Lab 2 worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V. Your screen shot should show the parameters you modified during this exercise.

Exercise 2.2| Adding Roles and Features| Overview| In this exercise, you use the Add Roles and Features Wizard to install additional components to a server running Windows Server 2012.| Mindset| One of the most basic tasks that administrators perform when setting up a server is to install the roles...
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his lab contains the following exercises and activities:
Exercise 2.1Exercise 2.2Exercise 2.3Lab Challenge| Completing Post-Installation Tasks

Adding Roles and Features Converting the GUI Interface to Server Core

Using the Server Core Interface

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Exercise 2.1| Completing Post-Installation Tasks| Overview| In this exercise, you complete the tasks necessary to set up a server on which Windows Server 2012 has just been installed.| Mindset | When you purchase a server from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) with Windows Server 2012 installed, the factory runs a program called Sysprep.exe that prepares the server for

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